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As title says... It is nothing more than a Sunday afternoon walk. Nice place, lovely view. The castle was closed so was able to walk around the grounds. They have some boards witj info about the castle installed around and recording in German, English and...More
With incredible views from up above, this series of amazing structures offer a bit of history about the home/castle/fortress of one of the most influential and important families in European history. Beautifully presented, the 'stops' are in German, French and English. Not handicapped accesible with...More
Been visiting this wonderful place, enjoyed a delicious lunch and a succulent dessert under the trees on the terrace and took a stroll trough this ancient castle - once mother-house of the infamous Habsburg clan, which was kickked out of Switzerland and conquered a big...More
Very few people know that this small castle is the originating seat of the House of Habsburg, which became one of the leading imperial and royal dynasties in Europe. There are enough text panels and sound recordings to learn a lot about it. Not an...More
My business colleagues and I had dinner at the adjacent restaurant. Before dinner, I toured the castle. The structure is well-preserved and restored. Besides the heavy structure, there are various explanatory plaques and some models to further explain the history of this site. Also, the...More
Ask any Swiss person and they'll be sure to know about the Habsburger. I was impressed with the conservation and presentation of the castle and ruins. It's not very big, but the information boxes and speakers with their elaborate and intriguing story telling makes it...More